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Charles Chaplin On-line I: 1914

After Bela Lugosi, Buster Keaton, Dziga Vertov, now is the time of Charlie Chaplin. Sooner or later I would end up making a post about him. I’m doing it now because circumstances helped, and in this case they mean Internet … Continue reading

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Wired’s Best Movies in the Public Domain

Wired made a list of 10 The Best: Movies in the Public Domain and I decided to take a look. It’s almost a fine list, it has good examples of what you can find on-line in public domain of almost … Continue reading

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Comic Books Archive

Comic Books Archive has an impressive collection of 2861 comics on-line of DC comics between 1936 and 1980. There are 52 titles of comics for your enjoyment, including 364 issues of Adventure Comics, 63 of Aquaman, 247 of The Flash, … Continue reading

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French Videos for Everyone

Lovers of French music, don’t cry. I have two solutions for those that missed my list of French videoclips. The first one is a very nice video blog: Vidéo Nostalgie. The blog makes a homage to the French vintage videoclips … Continue reading

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“Metropolis” in the Internet Archive

I knew it! Sooner or later someone was going to do that; someone was going to upload Metropolis to the Internet Archive. Yes, someone did it. Thank you! If it doesn’t work for you, or if you prefer other formats … Continue reading

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TIME magazine covers

TIME Magazine covers archive since 1923. Search by year, cover or go to your birthday cover – this is mine, but I didn’t like the cover. BTW, the design of the cover changed for the first time in 1927 when … Continue reading

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Jean-Paul Sarte

Sartre is a fabulous online exhibition made by National Library of France. It is a place for Sartre fans or people interest on his life and work. There you will find: his biography, images, books, manuscripts, plays, news, memorabilia, more … Continue reading

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Audio Interviews

BBC is wonderful and here is one more proof of it (do you need more?): BBC Four has a fabulous archive of radio interviews with different artists from Paul Abbott to William Butler Yeats! Spend some time there to listen … Continue reading

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Documenting History

Documenting History – Teenie Harris Archive. Photos of Harris’ 40-year career for the Pittsburgh Courier, one of the largest and most influential Black newspapers in the U.S.. Numbering upwards of 80,000 images this archive represents the largest single collection of … Continue reading

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Photo archives of Marburg of art and architecture

Bildarchiv der Kunst und Architektur is the archive page of Marburg, a site of pictures about art and architecture. There are tons of pictures, 1.7 million illustrations that you can order. The problem: is all in German. (via The Cartoonist)

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